The Garden has been awarded the 2011 Arthur Ross Award for Architectural Stewardship by the Institute of Classical Architecture & Classical America:
For the ongoing care, magnificent restoration, and rigorous botanical research and interpretive display that makes this New York landmark one of the great green treasures in the nation and a leader in understanding and conserving our natural world.
The rearranging of palm trees underway in the Enid A. Haupt Conservatory—sixty-nine years ago this month. A little right…a little left…perfect! From The New York Botanical Garden’s archival photographs, in the collections of The LuEsther T. Mertz Library.